Farm equipment mechanic earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Farm equipment mechanic salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alabama $46,260
Arkansas $38,600
Arizona $46,920
California $44,730
Colorado $43,380
Connecticut $40,700
Delaware $37,330
Florida $38,460
Georgia $36,700
Iowa $39,482
Idaho $41,040
Illinois $45,270
Indiana $39,550
Kansas $38,950
Kentucky $33,360
Louisiana $41,980
Massachusetts $33,670
Maryland $40,880
Maine $36,150
Michigan $38,010
Minnesota $44,380
Missouri $36,400
Mississippi $33,780
Montana $42,490
North Carolina $36,170
North Dakota $47,720
Nebraska $38,900
New Hampshire $36,960
New Jersey $37,760
New Mexico $42,180
Nevada $46,990
New York $40,200
Ohio $39,320
Oklahoma $42,150
Oregon $44,050
Pennsylvania $38,590
Puerto Rico $18,670
South Carolina $39,570
South Dakota $40,190
Tennessee $35,520
Texas $43,930
Utah $43,630
Virginia $38,240
Vermont $33,620
Washington $40,760
Wisconsin $43,490
West Virginia $24,540
Wyoming $48,520

How do farm equipment mechanic salaries compare to similar careers?

Farm equipment mechanics earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than riggers but more than recreational vehicle service technicians.

Career Median Salary
Rigger salary $51K
Aircraft mechanic salary $49K
Certified crop advisor salary $50K
Derrick operator salary $47K
Agricultural inspector salary $45K
Farm equipment mechanic salary $42K
Geothermal technician salary $40K
Automotive service technician salary $40K
Auto body repairer salary $40K
Recreational vehicle service technician salary $39K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)